Jobs


Mental Health Matters Wales is one of Wales’s leading mental health charities. We are an ever-growing charity with big ambitions. We need a wide, diverse and range of experience and skills in our team. Our team members are our number one resource. We do our upmost to ensure individuals feel respected, valued, and cared for, by enabling career success through the provision of unique opportunities to thrive and foster an inclusive workforce which embraces our shared set of core values based on character, relationships, and giving back to the communities where we work.

 

If this sounds like an organisation you would like to join and become part of a dynamic staff team to lead the way in supporting the improvement of social, emotional and physical wellbeing needs of the population across communities in Wales, then Mental Health Matters Wales is the organisation for you!


We are a friendly, flexible, and supportive employer


We work to reduce stigmas associated with mental health and support people in their recovery


we believe with the right support and resources everybody can create a life that feels meaningful to them


We are a fast paced and growing organisation with career progression is open to all

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1x Parent Peer Advocate


Service Overview


The PPASS service aims to improve and enhance the West Glamorgan regional advocacy network by creating a new form of peer advocacy and peer support for parents who are going through the child protection process, statutory assessment and/or the looked after children system within the Neath, Port Talbot and Swansea area.


  • Salary: £24,350 - £27,500 (actual)


  • Hours: 37 Hours


  • Contract: Permanent


  • Pension: 9% employer's contribution (after probation period, Auto Enrolment during, unless Opt-out)


Interested?


Please download the below application pack and submit your application before the closing date, 23rd of May 2024 at Midday.


Please Note: we may look to hold an interview with you once your application is received


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2x Parent Peer Support Worker


Service Overview


The aim of the post is to work alongside the Parent Peer Advocate to improve and enhance the West Glamorgan regional advocacy network by creating a new form of peer advocacy and peer support for parents who are going through the child protection process, statutory assessment and/or the looked after children system within the Neath, Port Talbot and Swansea area.


  • Salary: £15, 121.30 - £16,028.11 (actual, pro rata salary for the below hours)


  • Hours: 24 Hours


  • Contract: Permanent


  • Pension: 9% employer's contribution (after probation period, Auto Enrolment during, unless Opt-out)


Interested?


Please download the below application pack and submit your application before the closing date, 23rd of May 2024 at Midday.


Please Note: we may look to hold an interview with you once your application is received


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Equal Opportunities and Diversity


Services


Mental Health Matters Wales (MHM Wales) is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity and to creating an inclusive working environment, particularly within our strategic vision, working practices and employment policies.

 

Equally, we believe in the value and dignity of all people affected by mental health of all backgrounds, their right to self-determination and a good quality of life.

 

Recruitment

 

We are mindful having a diverse workforce at all levels allows us to better represent the communities we serve and connect better with people affected by mental health. We believe this can be achieved through attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse range of staff from many different backgrounds.

 

As part of our commitment to the BME Mental Health Workplace Good Practice Certification Scheme (WGPCS) we would particularly welcome applicants from BAME communities.

 

At MHM Wales, everyone can achieve their full potential and help reduce the stigma of Mental Health regardless of.

 

Gender

Sexual Orientation

Marital Status

Race

Colour

Nationality

Hours of Work

Religious Beliefs

Political beliefs

Disability

Age

 

This just doesn’t stop with our recruitment process but extends throughout MHM Wales with our Training & Development, Supervision, and Equal Opportunities.

 

We work to achieve an equal working environment free from discrimination, harassment, and victimisation and have a range of policies to ensure this.

Pay -

MHM Wales offers competitive salaries with all our roles, including a set number of annual increments, dependent on role

Training & CPD -

All employees are encouraged to undertake training & CPD to bulid on their current skills set and develop new skills which will aide them in their role or career

Annual Leave -

MHM Wales currently offers all employees 29 working days plus all bank holidays on a pro rata basis 


Induction - Comprehensive first day Inductions are given to all new employees. 

Pension -

MHM Wales currently offers 9% non contributory pension to all permanent employees after passing their probationary period 


Sickness Benefit -

MHM Wales offers a generous sickness benefit to all staff who have been in post 12 months.